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... Hello all, I am new here but found this board by Googling cyst foot. Basically, I have a pain in the balls of my foot. It is swollen and is right in the middle When touching it you can feel something moving. ... (0 replies)
... epidural wore off and I began to feel "freight train" like pain after I had fusion surgery. I had two blocks inserted, one popliteal block for the outside part of my foot down to my toes and a second one, a saphaneuos or femoral artery block for the inside and top of my ankle and three toes including my big toe. ... (14 replies)
... Hello all! This is my first post and I am hoping there is someone out there with the same issue and can support me with it! ... (2 replies)

... I have the same sensation with my feet. They feel like they are swolen. ... (3 replies)
... hope someone can tell me what's going on, or at least direct me to someone that can help me. For about a month or two I have been experiencing discomfort on the balls of my feet. There's no pain, but it feels like it's swollen right under my toes. ... (3 replies)
My foot hurts
Jan 29, 2009
... I play tennis about 10 hours a week, I play very hard, lots of running. About 3 weeks ago I started to experience pain after I got through playing. ... (1 replies)
... I got the shot 3 weeks ago, inserted into the inner side of the foot, under the ankle. I had pain, kind of a bruised feeling in my heels and the balls of my feet for years. and thru time have been unable to wear high heels because they cause extreme pain. ... (3 replies)
... for a few months I was wearing a pair of converse, notoriously flat footed shoes. Over these months I did a lot of standing and walking on forgivingly hard floors at workf or several hours at a time. I also would drive long distances with little brake. ... (0 replies)
... have helped too because I'm not putting so much pressure on the balls of my feet. ... (27 replies)
... I had some similar feelings going on, of course this was after having 2 metatarsals broken, on crutches, then surgery for something else, then developed what they call Morton's Neuroma. ... (3 replies)
... I think the problem you experienced is due to the shoes you danced in, as the shoes forced the weight of your body into the balls of your feet. If the numbness continues, you should have it checked out. ... (2 replies)
... inch heel, which forces all my weight onto the balls of my feet. I bought padding for the balls of the feet, but they only helped a little. ... (2 replies)
... ng you healing thoughts as well. I had surgery just over 1.5 years ago and may have another surgery for tarsal tunnel release in a few months. Due to pain, for my first surgery, I had two continuous nerve blocks that were connected by thin soft tubing to two medicine balls. ... (19 replies)
... For Pain management, I encourage you to request two nerve blocks that can stay in your leg up to one week. I had a popliteal nerve block that helped the outside of my foot and a saphaneous or femoral artery nerve block that helped the inside of my foot. ... (15 replies)
... and Dilaudid for breakthrough pain. I'm glad I had both, just in case. I tended to need Dilaudid at night when my foot throbbed more, for some reason. ... (46 replies)
... mainly because I can flex my foot in every way with no pain at all. It just feels I could not even do it a pinch of the way that I am doing now before the surgery with my torn tendon. ... (42 replies)
... s the same thing. Sometimes when I walk it pops and cracks with every step. I have injured it several times. This last time though, was the worse and I am afraid of injuring it again. I am glad you are able to seek medical treatment. I have no insurance. Are you wearing a brace? ... (24 replies)
... You definitely need to see a foot and ankle OS.This is obviously beyond the expertise of your GP. I agree with all the above posters that you need a proper diagnosis. You have to be proactive order to resolve this ankle problem. ... (24 replies)
... nd talk to people who know exactly what it is to have ankle problems. They may not sound debilitating but when you're walking round and just hit the deck because of it it's embarrassing. ... (24 replies)
... Thanks Mikedg111, Titchou and Bluepointe. Being I already have a neuropathy condition I will be making an appointment with my neurologist sooner than later. This saves me from wasting time with my foot doc and also lets me know my condition may be changing... ... (3 replies)

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